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Martin Poulsen
BLA01
Formula One World Championship career
Nationality Den Danish
Active years since 1995
Teams Ligier, Prost, Arrows, BAR, Ferrari, Jaguar, Jordan
Races 185
Championships 0
Wins 3
Podiums 10
Career points 135
Pole positions 0
Fastest laps 6
First race 1995 Brazilian Grand Prix
First win 1996 French Grand Prix
Last win 2002 British Grand Prix
Last race 2004 Brazilian Grand Prix
  • 1995: Debut with Ligier, his best season ever
  • 1996: 2 podiums and 1 win, only secured 3x points finishes
  • 1997: 2 career wins with the Prost JS45, had a difficult season
  • 1998: difficult season with Prost, no points
  • 1999: average season with Arrows
  • 2000: poor season with Arrows
  • 2001: back to form with BAR, his best season since 1995

Andy Black (known as airutonpurosuto8912[1]) is a Danish member of RaceDepartment. He likes competing in a forum game, and is currently competing in the Formula One career.

Career overviewEdit

Touring carsEdit

In the Grand Prix Touring Car Championship, Black had a great career in the series, which he considered it "built his career to a professional driver".

Season 1Edit

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Black's car in the first season of the GPTCC

Andy was opinionating about Ancevski's points finish, and later, one of the season's drivers asked him if he want to join the series, which was later revealed to be Jimmy Laad. He accepted it, and started his career with his own team named Abt Audi Team Denmark with help from Jack Hunsley.

At his first race in the series, he out-practiced his rival, but he qualified in a very poor position. In the first round of the race, he finished 18th, but retired from the next race. In the last round, he was behind his rival, but failed to score his first points finish.

The next race held at Austria was a very well season for Andy. He was 7th in the Free Practice, but the qualifying session went very poor again. He was hoping to qualify 10th or higher, but he qualified last. In the first round of the race, he finished last, ahead of the retired racers and he underperformed. In Round 2, he was out of the race due to an accident, and he was 13th in the Fastest Laps timetable. In the final round, his rival won the race.

"That's the best race for my best friend I've seen in my life. After the race, I think Rami Saidy and my best friend should throw a party meanwhile driving to the final round of the season. They shouldn't forget to invite me to their party." --Andy's reaction after his best friend won the race.

In the final round of the season, he decided to use the rest of his cash to hope for his first points finish in his career. The first race of the round was a very good result for Andy. He finished in the points and ahead of his new teammate, Pablo Diehl. But in the next races until the grand finale, he and his rival retired and he was out-raced by his teammate.

"Race 1 was very good, but not Race 2 and then the Grand Finale. Seems like that's an OK season for me, as I've finished races more than retiring." --Andy after his first season in touring cars.

Season 2Edit

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Black's car in season 2 of GPTCC in Nordscheife.

After the first season, Andy has 650$ in his cash and he is curious if he will underperform in this season.

"I will never underperform in the next season, because I'm gonna score higher positions and see if I can make my best finish in my touring career before a step-up." --Andy after his first season in touring cars, being interviewed with another question.

His team, Abt Audi Team Denmark, became Team Hybrid.

The Dane was having good results with his new team, but the car has proven very unreliable. Despite it was unreliable he had a Top 5 finish at Germany in the first race and at the third race of Adelaide he scored his first touring car podium.

Season 3Edit

After an average Season 2 with two podiums, Black mentioned in an interview that "his team will have more luck than before" during pre-season. He renamed his team to Team Haiburiddo.

The season was again average for Black as he was classified in the same position, 16th, with three podiums and one victory, but he "couldn't get a higher position than 15th" in the Driver's Championship.

Season 4Edit

After another average Season 3 with three podiums and one win, Black had an average start to the season. But then, on his next races of the season, it was a half disappointing season for him as he could not clinch up to a podium finish or a victory. His team, Team Haiburiddo, struggled during the season with no podiums and was purchased by Apex Racing Team and named as Eipekkusu Racing.

His team sported a blue, green, red and grey livery and it also promoted a Windows 10, saying "See you in mid-2015".

Season 5Edit

After a poor Season 4, his team earned a lot of money after planning to save for the rest of Season 4 to be a midfielder at the end of Season 5. However, when Black missed the deadline for the first race of the season, he had an argument with the team's director. After the third race of the first round, he and his team's director calmed down, as he had scored points for the team.

In the second round at Singapore, it was "frustrating" for Black as he retired in all races. He considered in an interview that he "don't want Singapore in the next season". However, Black took his second GPTCC victory at the first race in Canada, and again taking a total of 2 victories in Istanbul, which "delighted" his weekend and he described it as the "best weekend ever".

After getting decent points in Hungary and England, he described the season as a "major improvement from his past career".

Season 6Edit

After Apex Racing Team announced that they will rename their team to Sanik Racing and Sanikku Racing for their sister team, they have also announced that they would stop tobacco sponsoring on their car. With that announcement, Black was worried if Gauloises and the GPTCC will agree to let Black sponsor Gauloises on his helmet. However, Black announced that he and Gauloises will part ways, prompting him to sponsor Audi logos on his helmet.

With Singapore and Istanbul coming on the calendar, Black said in an interview: "With these tracks, I won't ever hope for a frustrating Singapore again. Singapore is a great track, but accidents can happen on street circuits. There can be low possibility of a tri-retirement for drivers this race. About Istanbul, maybe I can repeat my success from the Istanbul race last season, maybe not. We have to wait and see in the exciting season opener."

He and his team could not be quick as they were in the previous season, and Andy Black finished 17th in the Drivers' Championship with 134 points. He opted that he will not quit the series.

Season 7Edit

rFactor Simulation CareerEdit

In the rFactor series, Black had not much success until his second season in the series. But however, in his third season, he is starting to gain success.

Season 3Edit

Andy was offered a seat to drive in the rFactor Epsilon Euskadi series, signed for the Red Bull Racing Endurance team. In the first race, he qualified 2nd, but finished last which ended in poor results. The second race was a good qualifying session for him, but he finished under the top 20 again.

In the race held at Serbia, Andy was hoping to finish ahead of his rival, but he failed to do that and retired due to a crash. Despite retiring from the Serbian race, he managed to finish the rest of the races.

Season 4Edit

Andy Black remained at the Red Bull Endurance Racing team for another season. In an interview, he said this:

"I'm expecting for Red Bull Endurance Racing to have a better season with a good engine choice. The Top 10 finish is my target." —Andy's interview after Season 3.

In the test race, his teammate Josh Noack managed to score a podium for the Mugen Honda engine, but Black thinks that it can be a disappointing season for him. And just after the test race, he and his rival went to a hashtagging rivalry. He made a wrong engine choice which can result in a disappointing season for the next races until mid-season. It resulted in Black having a difficult season until he scored points at Spain.

"We will do our best to get good results for the next races. If who wants my rival to win this race, it's me. I'm his best friend at all." —Andy's interview after the Serbia qualifying.

At the race, both his team and his rival's team finished under the Top 5. However, Black's luck came at the next race at Spain, finishing 7th. Another big luck came to him at the streets of France, where he took his first podium finish.

However, his teammate announced his retirement from racing and he lost his teammate. He later joined Martini Racing Team, replacing Dhafin Rizki, who was leading the championship. The decision was because Martini Racing Team wanted to find a better experienced driver. He scored decent points at Scotland and Switzerland, points at England and then at the speedway at USA.

Proposed new teamEdit

With "bad luck" coming to the Red Bull team with a "wrong engine choice", an unnamed team unveiled their livery based off of the McLaren MP4-29. However, the unnamed team is uncertain if they will compete in the next season when it was announced that the rFactor series will be run with the Group C cars. However, the unnamed team stated that they will not compete in the series. Today it is currently unknown who the "unknown team" is.

Race of USA undecided choicesEdit

After a facelift to the calendar was announced that the Race of USA will be an oval race, his team was uncertain if they will change their engines or think of a better location. However, after Black moved to Martini Racing Team, the team decided to use their Red Bull car for testing at the circuit, just before the race takes place.

Season 5Edit

At the end of the Epsilon Euskadi era of the series, Black was currently left without a drive now. The new season was supposed to be with Group C cars, but the series will be with Formula E.

He had an offer from Martini Racing Team for another season, but the team merged with Online Racing. With Apex Racing Team taking over the Red Bull Racing team and creating the sister team, e.Scuderia Toro Rosso, he had talks with them about a drive, but they wanted Ancevski and Rautavaara for another season. He was linked with their sister team, which had Daniel Harvey already signed, but Vimal Ana got the offer and he was left without a drive. However, he signed an offer from Tiger Tech Motorsports to drive for the team.

A decent testing from Black meant that he and his team would have a possibility to score a podium or a victory.

In the first round of the season, Andy Black finished 4th behind Steven Poirier, and a 7th in the next race.

Formula OneEdit

Before F1Edit

In 1994, he was offered to replace Dhafin Rizki for Ligier at Formula One, but it did not materialise and he became the test driver for the team. The seat was taken over by James McNamara.

Andy was seen at Rami Saidy's garage at Monaco and Milos Ancevski's garage at Japan. Andy was looking for a Sauber drive, but the seats were taken by Omer Said and Manolis Sigoulakis. He tried to sign for Ligier, but the team signed Sebastien Levret and Cristiano Mauri. Trying to join the Jordan team, the team signed Jimmy Laad and William Néron. He also tried to sign for the Footwork team, but the seats were taken by his GPTCC teammate Pablo Diehl and Old Wolf. Therefore, he was on the waiting list for the 1995 season of Formula One.

1995Edit

But when Wolf, Levret and Mauri were in danger for losing their seats at Footwork and Ligier, he finally got a Ligier drive, replacing Levret.

In the first race at Brazil, he started 2nd on the grid, but retired from the race on Lap 28 with a gearbox failure. His first race finish came at Argentina, despite that his teammate managed to score the team's points. He also finished at Monaco and then managed to finish ahead of his rival at France. In the British Grand Prix he achieved his first points finish in F1 and finished ahead of both Fortis, thus saying this in an interview:

"Me and the team's really happy with that result despite that my teammate finished 9 positions away from my finishing position. Finishing ahead of the Fortis, my result got even better at all. I really love the British Grand Prix and achieved my best result ever."

He managed to set the fastest lap in his F1 career at Hockenheimring and finished ahead of his teammate, but Ligier did not scored any points and is 3 points far away from Forti in the Constructors' Championship.

In Hungary, he finished 4th and it became his best F1 result ever. He also did manage to finish 4th at Portugal ahead of both Fortis and his teammate, later saying "Our team is now ahead of my best friend's team" to an interview.

In Portugal, he finished fifth. He also managed to finish the race at Nürburgring, Okayama in the points and Suzuka, which are his favourite tracks. He achieved a double-points finish for the team at the grand finale at Australia.

1996Edit

He renewed his contract with Ligier after the Portuguese Grand Prix. After his teammate signed a contract with Jordan, rookie Andrea Dovizioso joined the team.

In the season opener at Melbourne, he managed to get another Fastest Lap in his F1 career. He stated that it is his most favourite track. He retired for the 2nd time at Brazil after crashing into Rui Martins' car when he was 'trafficked' by Cristiano Mauri.

He managed to score his first podium in his F1 career at the Spanish Grand Prix, which was the best result for Ligier. Scoring a points finish at Canada, he also managed to take his first ever win at France. He described the race as "the hardest chance I've ever tried". However, at the British Grand Prix, he could not impress as he could not finish in the points until the final round at Suzuka, where he spun out on Turn 2 and retired.

1997Edit

At the end of the 1996 season, Black announced that he would not keep Milos Ancevski as his rival. He picked up a new rival, Joel Rautavaara.

At the 1997 Australian Grand Prix, he qualified fourth behind two Arrows cars; his rival in third and his former rival in second. In the race, he had a good start and made a excellent finish on the podium, finishing third. His former rival won the race, and he stated in an interview that he was "so proud of his former rival winning the race".

He made another impression for Prost, as he qualified 3rd and finished 1st at the 1997 Brazilian Grand Prix, but the impressive performance was not for long, as he could not get a good result at Monaco and Spain, finishing outside of the points. The rest of his 1997 season was disappointing due to a "furious rivalry between him and Arrows".

1998Edit

Black stated that he "will prepare Prost's 1998 challenger" after extending his contract with Prost.

The season for Black was "nothing he expected". He could not finish races in the Top 6, but he stated that "his car will have something powerful very soon at France". His best finish was 7th at Monaco, and he had the fastest lap in Canada.

He made an impression for his team's home race in France by qualifying a strong 6th, his best qualifying result of the season. But, he never managed to score a point and left the team.

1999Edit

Black joined Arrows to partner with Dutchman Lesley Buurlage for the 1999 season. He decided to have two rivals in his 1999 season, and has decided that he will have Milos Ancevski and Joel Rautavaara as his rivals.

He achieved the fastest lap in Monaco "despite not scoring points", but he achieved it later at Spain, the first since San Marino in 1997. He described it as "unbelievable for my career ever". Until the Austrian Grand Prix, he scored his first podium for the first time. However, he was outpaced by his team-mate in qualifying, but he outpaced his teammate in races.

2000Edit

Black was retained at Arrows and having Rui Martins as his teammate. During pre-season testing he was at Williams' garage and saying good luck - to his former teammate he had in 1999.

He has also announced that he will have only one rival for the season.

The first four races was frustrating for Black - but after the four rounds his Arrows car showed major improvement, being reliable after four poor races.

2001Edit

In 2000, after the Belgian Grand Prix, it was announced that Andy Black would not be retained at Arrows for another year, rejecting it, and signed a contract with BAR, and will drive alongside Takuma Ishikawa.

He finished a solid 5th in Brazil and went on to score a 3rd place finish in Canada, ahead of rival Milos Ancevski, for the first time since 1999 Austrian Grand Prix. Furthermore he finished 5th in Hungary and Belgium and a 4th in Italy, which was his decent results of the season. He retired from USA and finished 8th in Japan.

It was his best season ever since 1995, having secured 5x points finishes like he did in 1995 and scored 13 points, 2 more which was like in his first season.

2002Edit

In 2002, Andy Black took his first victory at the 2002 British Grand Prix since 1997. It was the race that he considered as "the race no one ever wanted to win". He finished the season in 5th with 20 points, the best season in his entire Formula One career. This ended up with Ferrari approaching him, and then he eventually signed for the team.

2003Edit

Andy Black will start his 2003 season with Ferrari.

Towards the end of the season, Black announced that he would not stay at Ferrari for another year.

2004Edit

For the 2004 season, Black originally supposed to be Jaguar's driver for the 2004 season, but got moved over to Jordan due to the departure of Donald Brugman. However, following the signing of Josh Noack to Jaguar and then Andy Graham to Jordan, Black got reinstated as a Jaguar driver.

Formula FGEdit

In Formula FG, Black was a driver from Season 1 to Season 2 and since Season 3, a manager of his team, Black Box Racing.

Season 1Edit

Black joined Viper Racing Team which was his former RDFR team. He expected the season to be a good one after he finished 7th and made his first Fastest Lap at the season opener at one of his favourite tracks, Melbourne in Australia. He made a good improvement to the team at Malaysia by winning the race, but the improvement only lasted for the Malaysian Grand Prix.

After the fourth round of the season, Viper Racing found a new driver, Tomas Ochlsager. Viper finished again in the points at Spain. Ochlsager originally finished 2nd in Monaco, but the race was re-run to full race distance and he finished 9th. He finished another impressive fourth at the Belgian GP with only a short distance behind Pablo Diehl.

Season 2Edit

Black signed a contract with Speedy Racing. Having some disappointing results in qualifying, he stated that his season "will be poor". However, he made a surprising improvement to the team, even with a streak of 5 points finishes from Mexico to Great Britain, where he finished a famous 3rd.

The season was a "frustrating" season for Black, but he stated "more points finishes than last season" was to his season.

Season 3Edit

An announcement from Speedy Racing came that Black will be remained at the team, and the team will be Ravenwest Motorsport. However, after Cedars and Viper withdrawing from the Formula FG next season, Black's team, Driftslide Racing, joined on the grid along with Jack Hunsley's team, JHR. However, Ravenwest were not happy with Andy Black being a driver and a manager at the same time, so Black decided to terminate his contract with Ravenwest, being replaced by Rui Martins.

His new team, Driftslide Racing, is supplied with Ferrari engines and Michelin tyres, and has a driver Vimal Ana. The second driver became Jack Laskey. In the Donington race, Vimal Ana made contact with Ravenwest's Pablo Diehl, and the two team managers refused to speak to eachother. They fell out with eachother but it ended after the season.

Season 4Edit

For Season 4, Driftslide Racing would change their entrant name to Black Box Racing. The team would also revamp with the changes of: tyre supplier from Michelin to Bridgestone, engine supplier from Ferrari to BMW and two different drivers Mane Goddard and Sasha Jednak.

After Jednak's first ever podium in Formula FG at Mexico and Goddard's win in Laguna Sega, Black stated that he is "happier to be a team manager than before".

"Rivalries"Edit

He is known for having rivalries with other drivers. On February 2016, he immediately announced that he ended completely having rivalries with everyone.

Ancevski "rivalry"Edit

His biggest rival in every series is Milos Ancevski, which is in Formula One, Formula FG, RDrFE and RD IndyCar he has a rivalry with. He was formerly a rival against him in GPTCC until his team bought the struggling Team Haiburiddo. After beating Ancevski in 1996, his next rival became Joel Rautavaara, until he re-rivalised with Ancevski since 1999. In 2002, the rivalry between him and Milos faded.

2KF1 "rivalry"Edit

He also has a rivalry in GPTCC with Aidan Keranen. His rival team is 2KF1 Racing, which occurs in the series. The rivalry started at the 5th season, and might still be going on, as Andy still has a rivalry with Aidan.

"Rivals"Edit

Bold text indicate current rival, italics indicate former rival.

Driver/Team Series Seasons
Milos Ancevski Formula One
Formula FG
rFactor Simulation Career
RD Indycar
GPTCC
1995-1996, 1999-2002
S1-S2
EES1-EES4, FES1
S1
S1-S4
Joel Rautavaara Formula One
RD IndyCar
1997-1999
S1
Daniel Harvey Formula FG
RD IndyCar
S1-S2
S1
Aidan Keranen Formula FG
GPTCC
S2
S5-S7
Red Bull Racing (rFactor) rFactor Simulation Career FES1
2KF1 Racing GPTCC S5-S7
Ravenwest Motorsport Formula FG S3

Outside racingEdit

Outside of racing, Black has made custom car liveries for GTR2, F1 2012, F1 2013 and Assetto Corsa. He is also a gamer.

In June 2015, he revealed that he became a professional GPTCC driver after his dominant Istanbul performance.

Results recordEdit

Complete Touring Car Championship resultsEdit

Year Entrant 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 DC Points
S1 Abt Audi Team Denmark GBR1 GBR2 GBR3 NED1 NED2 NED3 ITA1
18
ITA2
Ret
ITA3
16
AUT1
16
AUT2
Ret
AUT3
18
BEL1
12
BEL2
Ret
BEL3
Ret
23rd 4
S2C Team Hybrid NED1
14
NED2
16
NED3
12
AUT1 AUT2 AUT3 GER1 GER2 GER3 BRA1 BRA2 BRA3 ADE1 ADE2 ADE3 MON1 MON2 MON3 ABU1 ABU2 ABU3 POR1 POR2 POR3 ALB1 ALB2 ALB3 15th 6
S2 Team Hybrid NED1
7
NED2
6
NED3
14
AUT1
6
AUT2
Ret
AUT3
13
GER1
5
GER2
Ret
GER3
Ret
BRA1
7
BRA2
7
BRA3
Ret
ADE1
10
ADE2
13
ADE3
3
MON1
15
MON2
14
MON3
2
ABU1
14
ABU2
Ret
ABU3
13
POR1
Ret
POR2
15
POR3
15
ALB1
11
ALB2
7
ALB3
8
BEL1
Ret
BEL2
13
BEL3
Ret
16th 139
S3 Team Haiburiddo JPN1
13
JPN2
9
JPN3
7
POR1
5
POR2
7
POR3
3
RSA1
Ret
RSA2
Ret
RSA3
14
GER1
9
GER2
7
GER3
Ret
NED1
Ret
NED2
17
NED3
1
AUS1
Ret
AUS2
Ret
AUS3
12
GBR1
17
GBR2
Ret
GBR3
14
MON1
9
MON2
6
MON3
8
AUT1
Ret
AUT2
9
AUT3
Ret
BEL1
5
BEL2
3
BEL3
Ret
16th 159
S4 Team Haiburiddo MEX1
14
MEX2
13
MEX3
9
GBR1
17
GBR2
12
GBR3
5
18th 85
Eipekkusu Racing JPN1
9
JPN2
4
JPN3
Ret
AUS
9
USA1
19
USA2
13
USA3
5
ITA1
Ret
ITA2
Ret
ITA3
15
AUT1
9
AUT2
Ret
AUT3
16
BEL1
19
BEL2
Ret
BEL3
15
S5 Eipekkusu Racing NED1
12
NED2
6
NED3
16
SIN1
Ret
SIN2
Ret
SIN3
Ret
CAN1
1
CAN2
Ret
CAN3
14
JPN1
4
JPN2
9
JPN3
19
BAT
Ret
TUR1
1
TUR2
15
TUR3
1
HUN1
4
HUN2
13
HUN3
6
ENG1
4
ENG2
15
ENG3
9
PLI1
4
PLI2
10
PLI3
4
BEL1
2
BEL2
18
BEL3
13
7th 203
S6 Sanikku Racing TUR1
19
TUR2
1
TUR3
9
FRA1
2
FRA2
21
FRA3
17
GER1
3
GER2
Ret
GER3
16
ITA1
10
ITA2
16
ITA3
19
AUS
Ret
SIN1
8
SIN2
9
SIN3
22
HUN1
18
HUN2
3
HUN3
Ret
GBR1
Ret
GBR2
17
GBR3
Ret
NED1
14
NED2
5
NED3
6
JPN1
10
JPN2
18
JPN3
10
16th 134
S7 Hero Racing PLI1
1
PLI2
Ret
PLI3
15
SIL1 SIL2 SIL3 BUG1 BUG2 BUG3 VAL1 VAL2 VAL3 HUN1 HUN2 HUN3 SUR1 SUR2 SUR3 BAT MAG1 MAG2 MAG3 BRN1 BRN2 BRN3 LAU1 LAU2 LAU3

¹ = Restarted season.

Complete rFactor Simulation Career resultsEdit

Year Entrant Engine 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 DC Points
S03 RBR Endurance Team Judd AUS
22
GRE
21
NED
Ret
CAN
14
WAL
18
ITA
6
SER
Ret
ESP
10
GBR
13
USA
13
GER
6
ROM
15
EUR
16
TUR
8
FIN
12
13th 22
S04 Red Bull Endurance Racing Mugen-Honda AUS
Ret
TUR
15
GRE
15
SER
15
ESP
7
FRA
3
CAN
6
GBR
15
FIN
7
16th 48
Martini Racing Team Cosworth SCO
9
SUI
5
ENG
13
EUR
Ret
NED
12
GER
9
ITA
13
LEB
13
USA
10[2]
S05 Tiger Tech Motorsports SRF
4
ADE
7
BRA
Ret
MEX
7
USA
Ret
MOR
9
ESP
4
GER
Ret
SER GBR1 GBR2 9th* 38*

Complete Formula One resultsEdit

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap)

Year Entrant 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 DC Points
1995 Ligier Gitanes Blondes BRA
Ret
ARG
7
SMR
Ret
ESP
Ret
MON
17
CAN
Ret
FRA
10
GBR
6
GER
12
HUN
4
BEL
Ret
ITA
12
POR
4
EUR
12
PAC
5
JPN
15
AUS
5
13th 11
1996 Ligier Gauloises Blondes AUS
13
BRA
Ret
ARG
11
EUR
16
SMR
14
MON
Ret
ESP
2
CAN
5
FRA
1
GBR
17
GER
Ret
HUN
15
BEL
Ret
ITA
12
POR
Ret
JPN
Ret
8th 18
1997 Prost Gauloises Blondes AUS
3
BRA
1
ARG
11
SMR
3
MON
Ret
ESP
14
CAN
9
FRA
14
GBR
13
GER
Ret
HUN
13
BEL
16
ITA
12
AUT
Ret
LUX
13
JPN
15
EUR
17
10th 18
1998 Gauloises Prost Peugeot AUS
10
BRA
11
ARG
17
SMR
11
ESP
12
MON
7
CAN
10
FRA
13
GBR
Ret
AUT
14
GER
14
HUN
8
BEL
Ret
ITA
12
LUX
14
JPN
Ret
21st 0
1999 Repsol Arrows AUS
10
BRA
8
SMR
Ret
MON
15
ESP
6
CAN
Ret
FRA
16
GBR
6
AUT
3
GER
8
HUN
13
BEL
17
ITA
16
EUR
Ret
MAL
Ret
JPN
Ret
16th 6
2000 Arrows F1 Team AUS
Ret
BRA
Ret
SMR
7
GBR
Ret
ESP
6
EUR
16
MON
11
CAN
15
FRA
21
AUT
15
GER
17
HUN
13
BEL
Ret
ITA
16
USA
13
JPN
13
MAL
15
20th 1
2001 Lucky Strike BAR Honda AUS
14
MAL
Ret
BRA
5
SMR
7
ESP
Ret
AUT
Ret
MON
9
CAN
3
EUR
15
FRA
13
GBR
18
GER
9
HUN
5
BEL
5
ITA
4
USA
Ret
JPN
8
11th 13
2002 Lucky Strike BAR Honda AUS
14
MAL
Ret
BRA
12
SMR
5
ESP
12
AUT
13
MON
Ret
CAN
17
EUR
17
GBR
1
FRA
Ret
GER
6
HUN
5
BEL
10
ITA
Ret
USA
4
JPN
5
5th 20
2003 Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro AUS
Ret
MAL
13
BRA
2
SMR
Ret
ESP
15
AUT
6
MON
Ret
CAN
Ret
EUR
11
FRA
11
GBR
Ret
GER
6
HUN
10
ITA
Ret
USA
4
JPN
11
13th 19
2004 Jaguar Racing AUS
Ret
MAL
9
BAH
14
SMR
Ret
ESP
17
MON
6
EUR
Ret
CAN
Ret
USA
Ret
FRA
8
GBR
17
GER
13
HUN
11
BEL
Ret
ITA
6
CHN
14
JPN
5
BRA
11
14th 11
2005 Jordan Grand Prix AUS MAL
9
BAH
5
SMR
5
ESP
3
MON
8
EUR
7
CAN
9
USA
16
FRA
18
GBR
Ret
GER
8
HUN
Ret
TUR
12
ITA
9
BEL
Ret
BRA
10
JPN
9
CHN
9
15th 18

Complete RD Formula FG Season resultsEdit

Season Entrant 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 DC Points
S1 Viper Racing Team AUS
7
MAL
1
BRA
Ret
SMR
16
ESP
12
AUT
15
MON
Ret
CAN
19
EUR
9
FRA
18
GBR
13
GER
12
HUN
10
BEL
4
ITA
14
USA
Ret
JPN
Ret
11th 46
S2 Speedy Racing AUS
9
SIN
12
RSA
Ret
TUR
15
MEX
7
USA
10
CAN
9
FRA
9
GBR
3
GER
Ret
AUT
8
HUN
12
BEL
Ret
ITA
4
PAC
12
JPN
10
BRA
13
14th 45

Complete RD IndyCar resultsEdit

Season Entrant Engine 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 DC Points
S1 Ravenwest Motorsport Honda MOH
5
LBH
16
ZAN
19
HUN
6
CAL
22
ATL
18
TEX
22
PHO
19
BRH
24
BAR
12
WAT TAL POC BAV SAN LVS MIA IND 22th* 154*

* = Season in progress.

Notes/ReferencesEdit

  1. ayrtonprost8912
  2. Note: Race was postponed due to flooding and technical issues, but was later moved to be the last race of the season.

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